How long does orthodontic treatment take?

Orthodontic treatments are used to correct malocclusion, a condition more commonly known as a bad bite. The length of treatment time varies depending on the severity of the bite problem. What is a “bad bite”? A bad bite occurs when spacing or alignment problems are present. This often includes teeth that are protruding, crowded, or Read More

Preventing Decay While Wearing Braces

Having braces can present some new challenges when it comes to oral hygiene. Preventing tooth decay can be a big challenge simply because of the tendency for braces to trap food under the wires and between the teeth and the brackets. Here are a few tips to keep your teeth healthy while wearing your braces: Read More

Our 23rd Annual Skating Party is tomorrow!

Our 23rd Annual Skating Party is TOMORROW!!  We hope to see you there! Tuesday August 21st from 6-8PM Come to Skate Depot in Cerritos with up to 5 of your friends. Admission and Skating is on us! If you haven’t done so yet, please check out our Facebook Event! http://www.facebook.com/events/189982851132650/ We can’t wait to see Read More

Our 23rd Annual Skating Party is just a week away!

Our 23rd Annual Skating Party is only a week away!  Make sure to save the date! Tuesday August 21st from 6-8PM Come to Skate Depot in Cerritos with up to 5 of your friends. Admission and Skating is on us! Here is the Link to our Facebook Event! http://www.facebook.com/events/189982851132650/ We can’t wait to see you Read More

When Should I Schedule an Orthodontic Evaluation for My Child?

Most parents know that routine dental care should begin during the toddler years. But many are unaware of when orthodontic treatment should begin. According to the American Association of Orthodontists, the ideal age for an orthodontic evaluation is age seven or before, when children usually have a mixture of adult and baby teeth. Although treatment Read More

What are the Early Signs of Orthodontic Problems?

Visibly crooked teeth are not the only reason to take your child into the orthodontist. There are some subtle things to look for as well, which may indicate the onset of more serious orthodontic issues. Many orthodontic issues are much easier to address if treated and corrected during a child’s development. Waiting until facial development Read More